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SSC Reasoning Free Question Set: Blood Relations (Set-1)

Dec 12, 2017 17:46 IST
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    SSC reasoning pratice set

    Blood relation is about establishing the explicit relationship between the two persons out of the given conditional relations among several given prospects in the same context. It is also one of the important topics in SSC exams. You will get at least one question in all Tier-1 of SSC exams. Generally, the level and formation of questions is simple and very common to other competitive exams. You have to just read and understand questions very carefully. These are very simple if you know the tricks to solve them, otherwise, leave, as these will become more time consuming and irritating.

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    In this article, we have prepared a set of 20 questions based on Blood relations and prepared keeping SSC exam level in mind. Go through each one of them and challenge yourself with matching the answers given in the answer key displayed at the end of this article.

    SSC Reasoning Free Questions: Blood Relations

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    Q1. Pointing to a woman in the photograph, Monika said, “Her son’s father is the son-in-law of my mother.” How is Monika related to the woman?
    (a) Aunt 
    (b) Sister 
    (c) Mother 
    (d) Cousin 
    Q2. Anil introduces Akash as the son of the only brother of his father’s wife. How is Akash related to Anil?
    (a) Cousin 
    (b) Son 
    (c) Uncle 
    (d) Son-in-law 
    Q3. Shikha told Aarushi, “The girl I met, yesterday at the beach was youngest daughter of the brother-in-law of my friend’s mother.” How is the girl related to Shikha’s friend? 
    (a) Cousin 
    (b) Daughter 
    (c) Niece 
    (d) Friend 
    Q4. Pointing to a man on the stage, Natasha said, “He is the brother of the daughter of the wife of my husband.” How is the man on the stage related to Natasha?
    (a) Son 
    (b) Husband 
    (c) Cousin 
    (d) Nephew 
    Q5. Pointing to a man in a photograph, Aarohi said, “His mother’s only daughter is my mother.” How is Aarohi related to that man?
    (a) Nephew 
    (b) Sister 
    (c) Wife 
    (d) Niece 
    Q6. Pointing to a girl in the photograph, Umesh said, “Her mother’s brother is the only son of my mother’s father.” How is the girl’s mother related to Umesh?
    (a) Mother 
    (b) Sister 
    (c) Aunt 
    (d) Grandmother 
    Q7. X introduces Y saying, “He is the husband of the granddaughter of the father of my father.” How is Y related to X?
    (a) Brother 
    (b) Son 
    (c) Brother-in-law 
    (d) Nephew 
    Q8. Pointing to a woman, Manish said, “She is the daughter of the only child of my grandmother.” How is the woman related to Manish?
    (a) Sister 
    (b) Niece 
    (c) Cousin 
    (d) Data inadequate 
    Q9. Pointing to a person, a man said to a woman, “His mother is the only daughter of your father.” How was the woman related to the person? 
    (a) Aunt 
    (b) Mother 
    (c) Wife 
    (d) Daughter 
    Q10. K and L are brothers. M and N are sisters. K’s son is N’s brother. How is L related to M? 
    (a) Father 
    (b) Brother 
    (c) Grandfather 
    (d) Uncle 
    Directions (11-13): Read the following information and answer the questions given below: 
    ‘6’ is the son of  ‘5’. ‘4’, ‘5’’s sister, has a son ‘3’ and a daughter ‘2’. ‘1’ is the maternal uncle of ‘3’. 
    Q11. How is ‘6’ related to ‘3’? 

    (a) Cousin 
    (b) Nephew 
    (c) Uncle 
    (d) Brother 
    Q12. How is ‘2’ related of ‘1’?
    (a) Sister 
    (b) Daughter 
    (c) Niece 
    (d) Wife 
    Q13. How many nephews does ‘1’ have?
    (a) Nil 
    (b) One 
    (c) Two 
    (d) Three 
    Q14. Q is the brother of R; P is the sister of Q; T is the brother of S; S is the daughter of R. How is Q related to T? 
    (a) Uncle
    (b) Father
    (c) Brother-in-law
    (d) Nephew 
    Q15. Z; the son-in-law of K, is the brother-in-law of G who is the brother of E.E is the daughter of K. How is G related to K?
    (a) Brother 
    (b) Son 
    (c) Father 
    (d) Data inadequate 

    Direction: Consider the following conditions to answer questions from 16 to 20.

    1)       A$B means A is sister of B

    2)       A@B means A is father of B

    3)       A>B means A is wife of B

    4)       A<B means A is son of B

    5)       A=B means A is mother of B

    Q16. Which of the following expressions means ‘P’ is daughter of ‘S’?

    (a) P<Q>S@R

    (b) S=Q>P<R

    (c) S>R@P$Q

    (d) P@S>R<Q

    Q17. How is ‘Q’ related to ‘R’?

    P@Q=S>R<T

    (a) Mother

    (b) Son

    (c) Father

    (d) Mother in law

    Q18. How is ‘T’ related to ‘V’?

    X$Y@V<U$T

    (a) Uncle

    (b) Aunt

    (c) Cousin Sister

    (d) Cannot be determined

    Q19. M is the son of Q. N, M’s sister has a daughter R, and a son E. Y is maternal aunt of R.

    How is Y related to N? If N has only one brother.

    (a) Brother in law

    (b) Sister

    (c) Mother

    (d) Sister in law

    (e) Aunt

    Q20. P is son Q. Q is mother of V. V is sister of U. U is father of X. Y is daughter of P. V is wife of N.

    How is ‘Y’ related to ‘x’?

    (a) Sister

    (b) Brother

    (c) Cousin Sister

    (d) Aunt

    Answer Key

    1

    b

    11

    a

    2

    a

    12

    c

    3

    a

    13

    c

    4

    a

    14

    a

    5

    d

    15

    b

    6

    c

    16

    c

    7

    c

    17

    d

    8

    a

    18

    d

    9

    b

    19

    d

    10

    d

    20

    c

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